“GTECH has always been focused on the cultural and social issues that affect our industry,” said GTECH S.p.A. CEO Marco Sala.  “In fact, GTECH was one of the first companies in the industry to advocate for responsible gaming, and to design and implement specific actions.”
Laura Solano, Director, Colorado Lottery said, "Scientific Games has provided instant games for the enjoyment of Colorado Lottery players since we started doing business in 1983 with just one instant game. We look forward to three more successful years with Scientific Games."    John Schulz, Senior Vice President, Instant Products for Scientific Games said "Scientific Games is focused on delivering long-term instant product revenue growth for the Colorado Lottery to help increase returns to its beneficiaries. We are honored to be their partner of choice and to have the opportunity to continue to provide the Lottery's primary instant game portfolio through this important contract extension."

PGRI Awards Ceremonies to be held at Lottery EXPO Miami

1:30pm Wednesday September 10th OceanBallroom I Eden Roc hotel Miami

Major Peter O’Connell Lottery Industry Lifetime Achievement Award:

Bret Toyne, Deputy Executive Director & Chief Financial Officer, Multi-State Lottery Association (MUSL)

Rebecca Hargrove Award for Mentorship:

Connie Laverty O’Connor, Senior Vice President & Chief Customer Officer, GTECH Corp.

Congratulations to Mr. Toyne and Ms. Laverty O’Connor.

Congratulations to the 2014 PGRI Lottery Industry Hall of Fame inductees:

Gary Grief, Executive Director, Texas Lottery Commission, USA

Jean M. Jørgensen, Executive Director of the World Lottery Association (WLA)

David Loeb, President of the Western Canada Lottery Corporation (WCLC)

Tan Soo Nan, Chief Executive Officer of Singapore Pools Pty Ltd

PGRI will conduct two induction ceremonies:

September 30 at 4:00 pm. at the NASPL Atlantic City Conference, Room 312

November 4 at 5:00 pm. at the World Lottery Summit Rome Convention Center

“We’re finding $20 is the fastest-growing price point in lottery products,” said Kansas Lottery Executive Director Terry Presta. “Add that to the popularity of the Crossword concept and we expect Extreme Crossword to be a real winner for Kansas.”
Bally Technologies’ Senior Vice President of North American Sales and Corporate Marketing Robert Parente said, “It’s an honor to continue and expand our partnership with OLG to provide leading technology gaming systems throughout the province. This agreement demonstrates our continued commitment to the needs of the Canadian gaming market and we are very excited about working together to help OLG fulfill its modernization.”
“As a law enforcement officer, I am faced with crime and criminals every day,” Kevin Carroll, said the President of the Fraternal Order of Police of Virginia, added. “We need to do everything we can to shut unregulated sites, not give them more opportunities to thrive. Taking online gaming away from the states will do just that.”
The Caribbean nation of Antigua and Barbuda said that its new government has come up with a proposal for settling a long-standing despite with the United States.  Earlier last year, the World Trade Organization granted permission for Antigua and Barbuda to take digital content from apparently any U.S. firm, without paying them, in retaliation.  But, according to Intellectual Property Watch, that never went into effect.

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